Robert Stallman Visits SLO



Virtuoso Flutist Robert Stallman is known internationally as “a consummate artist” (American Record Guide). The BBC has said “Stallman’s claim to a special place among the world’s masters of the flute rests in the daring artistry he demands of himself in every situation.” His achievements include numerous acclaimed recordings, as well as concerts in venues around the world from New York’s Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall to London’s Wigmore Hall, Vienna’s Konzerthaus and Tokyo’s Suntory Hall. He has appeared as soloist with the American Symphony, Strings of the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic and in collaboration with such artists as Jean-Pierre Rampal, Richard Goode, John Williams and Placido Domingo. His honors include the Chadwick Medal from New England Conservatory, a Fulbright grant to study at the Paris Conservatoire, a Koussevitsky Fellowship and the Jackson Prize at Tanglewood, a soloist grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and listings in numerous Who’s Who publications. His master classes have won him many friends across the US, Europe and Asia. He is also admired as the preeminent editor and arranger of flute music active today, with over 70 American and European publications to date, many of which are transforming the flutist’s repertoire. His “Mozart-Stallman: New Quintets for Flute & Strings” on the new Bogner’s Café label is now being aired to raves on radio across the country. Many of Mr. Stallman's CDs are available at